Topher Grace down for a revival of 'That 70s Show': "Absolutely love to do it"

It's been 20 years since 'That 70s Show' premiered and Topher Grace says he is ready for revival if other key players are in

Topher Grace down for a revival of 'That 70s Show': "Absolutely love to do it"

Twenty years have gone by since 'That '70s Show' first premiered in 1998, and now Topher Grace is ready for a revival. 

In an interview with ET, the actor at the Los Angeles premiere of his new movie, 'BlacKkKlansman,' said he's "down" to revisit the series — it's just up to a few other key players."

"I always say I would love...  I mean, absolutely love to do it. I doubt it only because that cast went on to have so much success," he added. "If they're down, I'm down because I love those guys." 

Topher Grace and Ashley Hinshaw attend the Premiere Of Focus Features' 'BlacKkKlansman' at Samuel Goldwyn Theater on August 8, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
Topher Grace and Ashley Hinshaw attend the Premiere Of Focus Features' 'BlacKkKlansman' at Samuel Goldwyn Theater on August 8, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

It is true that the cast has gone on to enjoy successful careers in Hollywood. Laura Prepon is currently starring on 'Orange is the New Black' and Wilmer Valderrama has a role on 'NCIS'. Mila Kunis, who married Ashton Kutcher in 2015, is out and about promoting her new film, 'The Spy Who Dumped Me'. Kutcher, meanwhile, stars on Netflix's 'The Ranch', previously alongside Danny Masterson.

Topher Grace himself stars as white supremacist David Duke in 'BlacKkKlansman,' and while he admitted the role was quite challenging, he couldn't be more excited to work with director Spike Lee. 



"It's not a fictional bad guy. It's a real bad guy and we're still feeling the consequences of things that he's done and things he's doing, so I just did as much research as I could," Grace said. "I'm talking like, the most depressing month of my life. My wife will tell you it was a terrible month to be around me."

If a 'That '70s Show' revival happened, it would definitely require a few adjustments. In an interview earlier this month, Kunis revealed that she just can't see herself acting with Kutcher anymore. "I can't look at him and not be like, 'What are you doing?'... No, it's weird," she said. "In a scene with him I was like, 'Oh, I see you acting.' Like I can catch it. And he looked at me and was like, 'What's that face you make?' And I was like, 'We can't do this. We can't be together in a scene." 

'BlacKkKlansman' hits theaters on August 10.